Driving The Porcelain Bus
driving the porcelain bus Vomiting into a toilet -often violently and for an extended time- whilst holding its rim like a steering wheel. Australian Prime Minister, Kevin .
My main man chuck feelin under the weather lol.
drive the porcelain bus. To vomit profusely into the toilet, usually as the of drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. John was driving the porcelain bus for the rest of the night after his seventh tequila shot. See also: bus, drive, porcelain. Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
What does "driving the porcelain bus" mean? Vomiting into a toilet -often violently and for an extended time- whilst holding its rim like a steering wheel. Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, when asked at a press conference about his recent bout of food poisoning: "Yes, I was driving the porcelain bus half the night.".
Driving The Porcelain Bus
Typically this phrase refers to being in the position of semi lying on the ground and holding onto the porcelain toilet bowl, in the same way a driver holds onto the steering wheel of a bus. First said and made famous by me, Kevin 07 Rudd.
Political views and news from a Canadian social-democratic perspective. But the NDP are so much in the lead and seen as the party of clear change, that they have no choice. But, that doesn’t stop them from trying to tilt the story in the Conservatives favour. Funny, since when do these mean political stability? The NDP has been working hard to reassure Canadians its economic policies would be largely in line with those of the current government.
NDP governments, on average, have a much better fiscal record than Conservatives. Party officials said the NDP is looking for candidates with an economic background who could serve as ministers of finance or industry. The recent upswing in the polls could make that easier. And unmentioned here is Erin Weir , who has been suggested as a potential Finance Minister. Last week, the Liberals suggested Mr. The facts on this story actually result in boosting the NDP’s seriousness about cleaning up the environment.
The choice is not between "change" and "stability. My wife and I are in the over 65 age group and for the first time ever will be voting NDP as we have seen never ending corruption with the Libs and Cons for way too many years. It’s choosing between getting a country back to sanity A government rife with contempt, disrespect There have never been so many from a political party involved in fraud, lies, election irregularities It’s about voting OUT crooks and taking the nation back from the brink of fascism!!
If the government loses an election in Canada, that does not mean there is less stability. By the Globe’s definition of that term..
Chuck driving the porcelain bus